Department of Statistics: Schedule of Courses - Fall 2009

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University Class Schedule
Graduate School Deadlines
Final Exam Schedule

 

STAT 201 - GENERAL STATISTICS(3

Utts/Heckard: Statistical Ideas and Methods, 5th Edition, (optional) --Final Exam will be announced in class

Section 001 and 002 MUST register for a Recitation in the R01 through R08 group
Section 003  MUST register for R09


Lectures :

001 64516 9:00-9:50a TR 212 Eddy Myung-Hee Lee 222 Stats/491-6682
002 64517 11:00-11:50a TR 113 Nat Resources Myung-Hee Lee 222 Stats/491-6682
003 64518 7:00-7:50p TR A203 Clark Ben Bird 310 Stats/491-3770

Recitations:

R01 64519 8:00-8:50a F B103 Engineering Jon Greenberg 007 Stats/491-0647
R02 64520 10:00-10:50a F 132 Wagar Jon Greenberg 007 Stats/491-0647
R03 64521 11:00-11:50a F 221 TILT Alex Chen 302 Stats/491-5702
R04 64522 11:00-11:50a F 118 Shepardson Mike Haley 007 Stats/491-0647
R05 64523 12:00-12:50p F B 101 Engineering Jon Greenberg 007 Stats/491-0647
R06 64524 12:00-12:50p F B 103 Engineering Mike Haley 007 Stats/491-0647
R07 64525 3:00-3:50p F 108 Nat. Resources Yuan Wang 305 Stats/491-3778
R08 64526 3:00-3:50p F B 4 Engineering Mike Haley 007 Stats/491-0647
R09 64527:8:00-8:25 p TR A 203 Clark Ben Bird 310 Stats/491-3770

 

STAT 204 - STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS STUDENTS(3 Credits)  

Sections 001 and 002 MUST register for ONE Laboratory in the L01 thru L08 group
Section 003 MUST register for L09 -- Note:  All Labs have one scheduled hour plus one hour arranged
Anderson/Sweeney/Williams-Essentials of Statistics for Business and Economics 5th,(ISBN: 978-0-324-56860-8).  Cengage. Required. Final examination will be announced in class.

Lectures:

001 64528 11:00-11:50a TR Clark A 104 Mark Dahlke 104 Stats/491-5330
002 64529 1:00-1:50p TR Clark A 102 Mark Dahlke 104 Stats/491-5330
003 64530 7:00-7:50p TR Clark A 205 Bruce Bugbee 307 Stats/491-3824

Laboratories:
L01 64531 8:00-8:50a F 132 Wagar Grant Weller

307 Stats/491-3824

L02 64532 10:00-10:50a F C238 Clark Thomas Jackson

304 Stats/491-6014

L03 64533 10:00-10:50a F 212 Shepardson Wade Herndon

307 Stats/491-3824

L04 64534 11:00-11:50a F 105 Mil Sci Grant Weller

307 Stats/491-3824

L05 64535 12:00-12:50p F 231 Wagar Wade Herndon

307 Stats/491-3824

L06 64536 12:00-12:50p F C 358 Clark Thomas Jackson

304 Stats/491-6014

L07 64537 3:00-3:50p F B101 Engineering Thomas Jackson

304 Stats/491-6014

L08 64538 3:00-3:50p F 132 Wagar Wade Herndon

307 Stats/491-3824

L09 645398:00-8:25 p TR A 205 Clark Bruce Bugbee 307 Stats/491-3824

 

STAT 301 - INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL METHODS (3 credits) 

Devore/Peck: Statistics: The Exploration and Analysis of Data, 6/e, Cengage


001 64540 8:00-8:50a MWF A204 Clark Damian Wandler 310 Stats/491-3770
003 64542 12:00-12:50p MWF Eddy 100 Rick Gumina 104 Stats/491-6769
004 64543 2:00-2:50p MWF Eddy 100 Rick Gumina 104 Stats/491-6769
005 64544 5:00-6:15p MW A202 Clark . Erin Schliep 301 Stats/491-2620


STAT/ECE 303 Introduction to Communications Principles (3 Credits)


001 64546 11: 00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.TR D102 Engineering TBA  


STAT 305 ­ SAMPLING TECHNIQUES (3 Credits)


Scheaffer/Mendenhall/Ott: Elementary Survey Sampling w/3" disk, 6/e 2005, Cengage (0-534-41805-8)

001 64547 2:00-2:50p MWF B4 Engineering  Haonan Wang 216 Stats/491-2449


STAT/ERHS 307 - INTRODUCTION TO BIOSTATISTICS (3 Credits)

Samuels/Witmer, Statistics for the Life Sciences, 3/e, Prentice Hall, 013041316X (required) and Student version of MINITAB (optional)

001 60189 10:00-10:50a MWF A101 Micro Stacy Edmondson 304 Stats/491-6014
002 60190 11:00-11:50a MWF Clark A202 Daniel Hernandez 302 Stats/491-5702

 

STAT 311 - STATISTICS FOR BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES I (3 Credits)  


Howell: Statistical Methods for Psychology, 6 th Ed., ITP/Duxbury  (0-495-1287-4)

001 64550 4:00-5:15p MW 101 Pathology Ken Berry B241 Clark/491-5070
002 68012 10:00-10:50a MWF 232 Wagar Rick Gumina 104 Stats/491-6769

 

STAT 315 - STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS (3 Credits)    (formerly STCC 309)

Devore: Probability and Statistics for Engineering and the Sciences, 7/e.,  Cengage   (0-534-39933-9)
Optional: Student solution manual (0-534-37283-X)

001 65172 1:00-1:50p MWF 133 Wagar Peter Dewitt 304 Stats/491-6014

*STAT 350- DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS (3 Credits) (Formerly ST 302)


Kuehl: Design of Experiments: Statistical principles of research design and analysis, 2nd,Cengage (0534368344)

001 65169 10:00-10:50a MWF A206 Clark Rick Gumina 105 Stats/491-6769

STAT 372­ DATA ANALYSIS TOOLS (3 Credits)   (Formerly ST 310)


Ramsey/Schafer: The statistical sleuth: a course in methods of data analysis, Duxbury, 2/e, 0534386709

001 65202 8:00-8:50a MWF E203 Engineering Mary Meyer 212 Stats/491-5762


STAT 420 - PROBABILITY/MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS I (3 Credits)

Larsen: Intro to Mathematical Statistics and Its Applications, 4th ed., Prentice Hall (0-13-186793-2)

001 64551 11:00-11:50a MWF 231 Wagar Mary Meyer 212 Stats/491-5762


STAT 495 - INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.)

(No text)

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STAT 501 - STATISTICAL SCIENCE (1 Credit)

(No Final Exam)    No Text - Instructor Handouts
Offered via DISTANCE DEGREE PROGRAM

001 64553 3:00-3:50 T 006 Statistics Rui Song 204 Stats/491-7460


STAT 511 - DESIGN & DATA ANALYSIS FOR RESEARCHERS I (4 Credits)


Ott: Intro to Statistical Methods and Data Analysis w/3" disk, 5th or 6th edition
001 must register for R01; 002 must register for R02.
Offered via DISTANCE DEGREE PROGRAM

001
R01

64554
64556
2:00-3:50p MW  A206 Clark Dan Cooley 217 Stats/491-5721
002
R02
64555
64557
2:00-3:50p TR A206 Clark Dan Cooley
217 Stats/491-5721


STAT 520 - INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY THEORY (4 Credits)

Grimett/Stirzaker, Probability and Random Processes, 3rd Ed., Oxford University Press (Paper) (0-19-857222-0)
Offered via DISTANCE DEGREE PROGRAM

001 64558 2:00-3:40p WF
006Statistics
Chihoon Lee 221 Stats/491-7321

STAT 523 - QUANTITATIVE SPATIAL ANALYSIS   (3 Credits)

DISTANCE DEGREE PROGRAM

STAT 525 - ANALYSIS OF TIME SERIES I (3 Credits) 

Brockwell/Davis: Intro to Time Series and Forecasting, Springer, 2nd Ed., 2002 (ISBN:978-0-387-95351-9)

001 64560 9:00-10:14a TR 006 Statistics Don Estep 220 Stats/491-3087


STAT 540 - DATA ANALYSIS AND REGRESSION (3 Credits)   

Kutner, Nachtschiem, Li, Neter: Applied Linear Statistical Models (5th ed.w/=CD), Irwin  (2005) (0073108742).
Offered via DISTANCE DEGREE PROGRAM

001 64561 9:30a-10:45a MW 006 Statistics Jun Zhu 205 Stats/491-2185

STAT 570 - NONPARAMETRIC STATISTICS   (3 Credits)

DISTANCE DEGREE PROGRAM

STAT 592 - SEMINAR (1 Credit)
(No text) (No final exam)
Note:  M.S. statistics students are to register for ST 592.  Ph.D. students are to register for ST792. Students are expected to attend both STAT 592 and STAT 792 seminars, whether they are MS students or Ph.D. students.

001 64562 3:00-3:50p W B4 Engineering Chihoon Lee / Jun Zhu


STAT 650 - DESIGN AND LINEAR MODELING II (3 Credits)

(Final Exam: TBA); No Text
DISTANCE DEGREE PROGRAM

001 64564 11:00-11:50a MWF E106 Engineering Phil Chapman 224 Stats/491-7263

 

STAT 684  - SUPERVISED COLLEGE TEACHING (1-3 credits)   

201/204 TAs should register for 3 credits of STAT 684-have adviser or lead instructor, email Graduate Coordinator for electronic permission to register for this course.

001 64565 Arranged Arranged


STAT 695 - INDEPENDENT STUDY (Var.)

(No text) -Please have the professor you are working with email the Graduate Coordinator for electronic permission to register for this course.

001 64566 Arranged Arranged


STAT 699 - THESIS (Var.)


(No text required) (DISTANCE/no taping required) Please have your adviser email the Graduate Coordinator for electronic permission to register for this course. DISTANCE DEGREE PROGRAM

001 64567 Arranged Arranged


STAT 730 - ADVANCED THEORY OF STATISTICS I -  (4 credits)


Final Exam: TBA; No Text Required

001 64569 9:00-10:20a MWF
213 Statistics-Library Haonan Wang 216 Stats/491-2449

 

STAT 780 - ADVANCED THEORY OF SAMPLING-  (3 credits)


Final Exam:TBA; No Text Required

001 64570 11:00a -12:15p TR
006 Statistics Jay Breidt / Jean Opsomer 201 Stats/491-3841


STAT 792 - SEMINAR (1 Cr.)

(No text)
Note:  Ph.D. statistics students register for STAT 792.  M.S. students should register for STAT 592. All students must attend both STAT 592 and STAT 792 seminars, regardless of whether they are pursuing an MS or Ph.D. degree.

001 64571 4:00-4:50p M E203 Engineering Jun Zhu / Chihoon Lee


STAT 795 - INDEPENDENT STUDY(Var.)

(No text) -Please ask the professor whom you are working with to email the Graduate Coordinator to obtain electronic permission to register for this course.

001 64574 Arranged Arranged


STAT 796 - GROUP STUDY (Var.)

Text decision needed -Please ask the instructor to email the Graduate Coordinator to obtain electronic persmission to register for this course.

001 64572 Arranged  Arranged


STAT 799 - DISSERTATION (Var.)

(No text) Please ask your adviser to email the Graduate Coordinator to obtain electronic persmission to register for this course.

001 64573 Arranged Arranged


CONTINUOUS REGISTRATION

64943-  CR-CONRG
Students who are not otherwise registered must use the CR option.
CR is required in the semester of graduation, regardless of student location

NOTES:
 
First day of class August 24 "W" period ends October 19
Late Fee assessed August 24 Thanksgiving Break starts November 21
Labor Day, September 7-- No Classes  Last day of classes December 11
Last day to FREE DROP September 9 Finals week December 14
Last day to ADD September 9 Commencement 12/18, 19


GRADUATE SCHOOL DEADLINES FOR FALL 2009 GRADUATION

GS25 ­Application for Graduation  6th week of term
GS24-Report of Final Exam to Grad School Due before 12th week of term
Thesis/Dissertation to Graduate School  Due before 12th week of term
Clearance of Departmental Requirements
    (i.e., Seminar, Project Report copies)
Due before last day of classes